Watch: Trailer for Christian Bale’s ‘Knight of Cups’

FilmNation has released an enigmatic new trailer for Terrence Malick’s “Knight of Cups” on the heels of its selection to contend in competition at February’s 65th Berlin Intl. Film Festival.

The trailer presents Bale as a bewildered man in a quandary with how to lead his life now that he’s become part of life in the fast lane in Hollywood.

“All those years living the life of someone I didn’t even know,” he intones at the start of the trailer.

Cate Blanchett and Natalie Portman also star in what has been described as a story of celebrity and excess.

“Knight of Cups” will have its world premiere at Berlin, where Malick won a Golden Bear in 1999 for “The Thin Red Line.” Sarah Green and Nicolas Gonda are the producers.

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  1. Looks like a dumb movie. So sick of Hollyweird and what they think the public wants. Looooks like another loser!

  2. Mihai says:

    What a terrific cast! If this is going to be a fail, Malick doesn’t have any excuses! I can’t wait to see it!

  3. Jiminy Critic says:


  4. picker says:

    Is this just a “chapter 1” of that wider (?) project involving Gosling – Mara – Fassbender, or what?

  5. Sherman O says:

    This looks terrific. What a cast. Bale is at the top of his game.

  6. Jim Mullen says:

    Looks like a powerful movie. Thoughtful. Cast is 2nd to none

  7. I can’t wait to see this film when it finally debut in theater.

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